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Nets forward Kevin Durant needs 30 points to pass Kevin Garnett for 18th place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list - The Sacramento Kings Kevin Huerter is tied for fourth in the league in 3-pointers made (55) - Bol Bol, Orlando Magic: The 7-2 center-forward from Sudan has recorded three straight double-doubles - The Los Angeles Lakers Anthony Davis has led the Lakers to three victories in a row, averaging 35.0 points and 17.3 rebounds in those games - THIS DAY IN THE NBA

 

NEW YORK, NEW YORK USA

Monday November 21, 2022

GOOD TO BE KINGS

The Sacramento Kings have won nine of their last 11 games after beginning the season 0-4. Sacramento (9-6) opens Week 6 with its first six-game winning streak since the 2004-05 season.

An outstanding offense has sparked Sacramento under new head coach Mike Brown. The Kings are averaging an NBA-leading 121.4 points per game and rank second in the league in offensive rating. The 1983-84 Denver Nuggets are the last team to average that many points in a full season.

The starting backcourt of De’Aaron Fox and Kevin Huerter is on a roll. Fox is averaging 25.4 points and posting the highest field goal percentage by an NBA guard (55.8%). Huerter is averaging 16.6 points in his first season with the Kings. He is tied for fourth in the league in 3-pointers made (55) and ranks sixth in 3-point field goal percentage (49.5%)

On Tuesday, the Kings start a three-game road trip against the Memphis Grizzlies (NBA League Pass).


IN THE ZONE

• Bol Bol, Orlando Magic: The 7-2 center-forward from Sudan has recorded three straight double-doubles. His six double-doubles for the season are the first of his four-year career.

• Anthony Davis, Los Angeles Lakers: Davis has led the Lakers to three victories in a row, averaging 35.0 points and 17.3 rebounds in those games.

• Indiana Pacers: The Pacers have won four consecutive games and eight of 10 after starting the season 1-4.

• O.G. Anunoby, Toronto Raptors: Anunoby is averaging career highs of 18.8 points, 6.2 rebounds and a league-leading 2.47 steals.

• Minnesota Timberwolves: Minnesota has rebounded from a 1-6 stretch with three straight victories – all on the road.

• Cameron Payne, Phoenix Suns: Payne is averaging 20.2 points and 6.3 assists in his last six games while filling in for guard Chris Paul in the starting lineup.

• Boston Celtics: Boston goes for its 10th straight victory when it visits the Chicago Bulls tonight


LOOKING AHEAD

• Return to Philly: On Tuesday, Brooklyn Nets guard-forward Ben Simmons faces the Philadelphia 76ers for the first time in the regular season as the Nets begin a three-game road trip (TNT). He is averaging 16.0 points and shooting 84.6% from the field (22-of-26) in his last three games.

• Challenging Road: The Dallas Mavericks visit the current top two teams in the NBA this week as they meet the Boston Celtics on Wednesday (ESPN) and the Milwaukee Bucks on Sunday (NBA TV).

• TV Clips: The Clippers play their next three games on national TV: vs. Utah Jazz tonight (NBA TV); at Golden State Warriors on Wednesday (ESPN); and vs. Denver Nuggets on Friday (NBA TV).

• KD Milestone: Nets forward Kevin Durant needs 30 points to pass Kevin Garnett for 18th place on the NBA’s all-time scoring list. Durant has scored at least 25 points in each of the first 17 games this season, the fifth-longest such streak in league history


THIS DAY IN THE NBA

November 21, 1965 Chick Hearn began his streak of broadcasting consecutive Los Angeles Lakers’ games. The last time Hearn missed a Lakers’ broadcast was November 20, 1965, when he worked a college football game in Arkansas the day before and had his flight canceled. By the end of the 2000-01 season, Hearn had broadcast 3,301 consecutive Lakers games, including preseason and playoff games.

November 21, 1984 The Boston Celtics sank 55-of-81 field goal attempts for a club-record .679 shooting percentage in a 135-91 rout of Golden State.

November 21, 1990 Atlanta’s Moses Malone became only the seventh player in NBA history to reach the 25,000-point plateau by scoring 22 points in the Hawks’ 105-93 loss to Milwaukee at the Bradley Center.

November 21, 1996 With the Los Angeles Clippers’ 105-94 loss at Dallas, Bill Fitch became the first NBA coach to record 1,000 career loses.

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